April 05, 2019
Mirroring is a technique used to guide the thesis crafting and to assure your thesis has just the right coverage. In a nutshell, mirroring is the technique of looking for consistency across the thesis chapters. If your Chapter 4 on the Findings suggests that high fluctuation is in large parts a result of bullying, then your Chapter 2 Literature Review should similarly cover this, and your Chapter 1 Introduction should be setting the scene on the matter. Likewise, your Chapter 5 Analysis should pick-up on this, and Chapter 6 Conclusion should also. It ties the threads together, weaving key messages throughout your thesis.
While this sounds quite simple and straight forward, unfortunately thesis structures can often read generic or confused. To aid the interlinking of these threads throughout your thesis, DoctorateHub is running a hands-on webinar on Mirroring as a means to build up your thesis, at 12.00pm GMT (UK), on Saturday, 13th April 2019. To register click here. Once registered, participants will be forwarded the webinar link to dial into.
As usual, the webinar will be fully interactive. To gain the most from the webinar your participation can start now by sending any questions to: email@example.com
A selection of slides from the presentation will be available at the Doctorate Hub in the days following the webinar. We will start at 12noon GMT (UK) time sharp, so please log in a few minutes before in readiness.
See/talk to you all soon.